On 9 December 2015, Robert Dear was in court to face 179 felony counts, such as first-degree murder, for the Nov. 27 shooting that killed three people and wounded nine. He interrupted the proceedings to yell different things at different times, most notably “I’m guilty. There’s no trial,” and “I’m a warrior for the babies.” This, along with other outbursts, was the second time Dear was not ashamed to speak out about his actions, after he shouted "no more baby parts" at his initial arrest. Dear is now confirmed to be an unapologetic actor who wants his ideologies to be known. Other outbursts included: “You’ll never know what I saw in the clinic, the atrocities,” and “Protect the babies!” in an effort to let the "truth" come out. Dear remains inactive in the custody of the State of Colorado.On Friday, 27 November 2015, Robert Lewis Dear opened fire on a Planned Parenthood Clinic in Colorado Springs, CO, in an attempt to disrupt…
Robert Lewis Dear (Army of God / AOG) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE
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